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Through University of Idaho Campus 360, you earn your degree online on your terms.
No matter where you live, your online tuition qualifies for the in-state rate, meaning you pay the same regardless of your location. Campus 360 also gives you access to over $50 million in scholarships, grants and tuition waivers to apply toward your exciting degree.
With University of Idaho, ranked Best in the West for value among public universities, you work with our award-winning professors to benefit from our nationally recognized research.
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- In-State Tuition – Online students always pay the in-state rate.
- Flexible Schedule– Access lectures any time during the week.
- Community of Learners – Connect with classmates and instructors.
- Earn a Degree on Your Terms – Programs that fit around your life.
Personalized Education with Flexible Online Format
"My online experience at the University of Idaho has been nothing short of amazing. I wanted to go back to school to pursue my dream of becoming a forensic psychologist, possibly a lawyer, and I also wanted to set examples for our kiddos. It’s really hard when you get into the groove of life, and you’re not a typical college student anymore, but I decided I will defy the odds.
You can tell the professors really care. They are always there for questions, and I don’t feel like an outlier because I am outside of the classroom even though I’m not physically there." — September Wickham, Criminology
Featured Online Undergraduate Degree
We know life happens. That's why the College of Business and Economics at the University of Idaho created a 100% online Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.).
All classes are eight weeks, asynchronous and 100% online, giving you the flexibility to complete your coursework around your schedule.
Featured Online Graduate Degree
Why Earn Your Degree Online at the University of Idaho
Returning back to college or starting from scratch? Earning your degree doesn’t have to be complicated.
Complete Your Degree with Transfer Credits
The credits you earned at previous institutions matter. At U of I’s Campus 360, transfer up to 70 credits toward your online degree and fast-track your graduation.
Advance Your Career without Putting Life on Hold
Each of our online degrees are carefully curated to work with your schedule. Whether you enroll part-time or full-time, you have the advantage of completing your coursework when it’s convenient for you.
Best Value Three Years Running
The University of Idaho is ranked the Best Value Public University in the West by U.S. News & World Report and recognized as one of the top 8% of Best Colleges in the Nation by the Princeton Review.
Ready to Earn Your Degree Completely Online?
Make your dream of earning your degree a reality through University of Idaho’s Campus 360 — your hub for online learning.
Campus 360 Online Education FAQs
As an online student, you learn, read and watch videos through Canvas, our online learning management system. Here, you have opportunities to connect with instructors and classmates through discussion boards, group activities, live chats and webinars.
We offer most U of I Campus 360 online courses asynchronously, which means there are no set log-in times. However, there may be some synchronous components for some activities and assignments. This helps to ensure you’re learning alongside your peers throughout the class while giving you flexibility.
As some programs may have different delivery methods, it’s important you speak with your advisor about specific program offerings and requirements.
Yes! University of Idaho Campus 360 invites prospective students from all across the country to learn with us. You can participate in your courses from anywhere in the world.
Most courses have assignments you complete when it’s convenient for you but with set due dates. Some assignments and tests may only be available for a limited time (such as a 48-hour period), so they must be completed within that time frame. Your course syllabus provides these important details.
Once admitted, you can access class registration through VandalWeb. Detailed instructions are available through the Office of the Registrar.
Most programs have three entry points at the start of the Fall (August), Spring (January) and Summer terms. All students seeking undergraduate and graduate degree programs or certificates must begin with the admissions process by speaking with an admissions counselor.
The University of Idaho is committed to providing equal and integrated access for individuals with disabilities. For more information about registering for accommodations, please contact the Center for Disability Access and Resources.
Yes! We award more than $50 million in scholarships, grants and fee waivers every year. To see if you qualify for aid, we encourage you to fill out your FAFSA.
Online credits are the same as credits earned at any University of Idaho campus. However, when transferring credits, it is up to the enrolling institution to determine transfer eligibility and how transfer credits may apply to a specific program of interest.
For more information or support on understanding transfer credits, please visit I Transfer.
At the start of each semester, your courses are available to you in Canvas. To access them, you need a laptop or desktop computer with the latest web browser versions and reliable internet access (preferably DSL or faster). Canvas runs on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android or any other device with a modern web browser. The Canvas application also supports the latest two versions of every browser release.